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Deep Neural Networks for Designing Integrated Photonics

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We present two different approaches to apply deep learning to inverse design for nanophotonic devices. First, we use a regression model, with device parameters as inputs and device responses as outputs, or vice versa. Second, we use a novel generative model to create a series of improved designs. We demonstrate them to design nanophotonic power splitters with multiple splitting ratios.

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